Summary: The game is simple, fast, smooth with good voice acting and storyline. I find it to be a perfect blend of arcade/1st person shooter. There's nothing extraordinary about the game; it's a simple funtime shooter. Yes, it doesn't take long to get through the game but I picked up a used copy or $6 and it was worth it to me.
Summary: The game Blacksite: Area 51 seems like a sequel to the 2004 game, Area-51. But is far from it, the game is based on a squad that is sent to retrieve some information but later gets far fetched. The game has some great sound and graphics quality for a low-budget game like this. As much fun I had playing this, a lot of this began to get cliché and the game was a bit repetitive at times. The game ends up with you confronting both Humans and Aliens.
Summary: This game is rubbish. Bad graphics, bad gameplay, bad voice acting, bad story...this is absolutely a dollar bin game. If you're looking for a cheap shooter to waste some time on there are plenty out there. I'd steer clear of this poopy title if I were you.
Summary: The screen gets redder the dead-er u get, but ducking for a while lets you get your wind back. And the checkpoints are frequent, so u restart not TOO far back from where u die (both features similar to CoD). A lot of reviews were luke-warm about the title, but this game is very good. In my opinion it is solid 5-star bang for your buck.
Summary: Blacksite is a pretty fun first person shooter. It recalls the Call of Duty games in style and method of play with a little squad-based tactics thrown in for fun. The plot is a little confused. But you have a variety of weapons--many old favs like sniper rifle and grenades as well as some futuristic weapons. Your squadmates get happy the more bad guys you kill and they get bummed if you get beat up or pinned down.